MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - The boards of trustees at the University of Alabama and Auburn University will consider proposed increases in
tuition for the coming school year.
The vice chancellor for system relations at Alabama, Kellee
Reinhart, said its board of trustees will consider a proposed 9.4
percent increase in tuition for full-time, in-state undergraduate
Auburn spokeswoman Deedie Dowdle said its trustees will consider
a 5.7 percent increase for those same student categories.
Each board will be presented the proposals on Thursday, but
won't vote on them until Friday.
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